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Rape victim, ex-‘escort’ now on rescue mission for youths

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taking all her clothes as they fled. She would spend the next few days practically in rags walking aimlessly in the streets of Manila and Quezon City, “feeling dirty and robbed of my soul.”

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Duterte: I’ll resign when Constitution is ‘crafted to improve everything’

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President Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday, Nov. 28, said he would resign once the Congress has crafted a Constitution that will improve “everything” and rid of “evil things.”

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Palace sees no reason to declare revolutionary gov’t

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DAVAO CITY -- Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said Malacañang appreciates the call of President Duterte’s supporters for a revolutionary government but stressed a drastic shift of government “has no factual or legal basis for now.”

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Duterte bats for new constitution that will hold officials more accountable

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The Philippine should have a new constitution that should hold public officials more accountable for their actions, according to President Rodrigo Duterte, who also said he would be willing to have his powers clipped.

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Marawi benefits from union of Marcos, Manglapus grandkids

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PAOAY, Ilocos Norte -- When lawyer Michael Ferdinand Marcos Manotoc took Carina Amelia Gamboa Manglapus as his bride in a private wedding in Makati City on Nov. 22, officials here could not let it pass without celebrating the union in the traditional Ilocano way.

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Groups hold rallies pushing for RevGov

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ILOLO CITY -- Fractious supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte held separate rallies in three areas to call for the setting up of a revolutionary government

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Doctors fear rise in organ trafficking as demand spikes

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DAVAO CITY -- Trafficking in human organs, especially kidneys, could increase as a result of a spike in the number of people with chronic renal diseases, according to a government hospital official here.

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Bonifacio Day protesters decry dictatorship of gov’t

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About 1,000 protesters who convened in Manila for the Bonifacio Day rally on Wednesday, Nov. 29, branded as “mere dictatorship” the proposed revolutionary government of President Rodrigo Duterte.

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4Ps beneficiaries gamble money

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DAVAO CITY -- Officials of Davao Oriental have asked the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) to regulate the operation and presence of Small Town Lottery (STL) there.

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Duterte says Bonifacio revolt must continue

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The revolution that Andres Bonifacio started is not over and must be continued by Filipinos against drugs, criminality, corruption and terrorism, President Rodrigo Duterte said in a message issued on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

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